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Friday, October 24, 2008

Train Ride to Hollywood Aka Night Train (1975)

  • Bloodstone - Willis Draffen Jr., Charles Love, Charles McCormick & Harry Williams
  • Michael Payne
  • Guy Marks
  • Jay Robinson
  • Jay Lawrence
  • Phyllis Davis
  • John Myhers
  • Elliot Robins
Harry Williams, member of the rhythm & blues band Bloodstone,
is about to go onstage for a concert when he is hit on the head.
The rest that follows is his dream. The four band members become
conductors on a train filled with (impersonated) actors and
characters from the 1930s such as W.C. Fields, Dracula, and Scarlett
O'Hara. For instance 'Jay Lawrence' (q.v.), who gave a brief impression
of Clark Gable in _Stalag 17 (1953)_ (q.v.), plays Gable at greater
length. Patterned after movies by the Marx Brothers and the Beatles,
"Train Ride" features various songs. The thin plot requires the
singing conductors to solve a mystery; Marlon Brando is murdering
Nelson Eddy, Jeanette McDonald, and others by suffocating them in
his armpits. Arriving in Hollywood, the Bloodstone boys are turned
into wax sculptures by Brando.

Ripped by Cinnemageddon user calcifer provided thru FunkbackLink to soundtrack review:
Bloodstone - Trainride To Hollywood (1975)


Stretch said...

Thanks for the files. Appreciate your hard work!

jahcisco said...

Thanks for the movie. Much appreciated.

Allan Greenwald said...

Please re-post the link for this film. Thank you.

Pammy Brown said...

If you are interested in purchasing this movie and others like it, I actually found this one Train Ride to Hollywood on and also have it on Ebay. Good Luck!

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